3 Days Murchison Falls Safari Uganda Wildlife
Day 1: Kampala-Murchison Falls National Park
Enjoy breakfast at your hotel early in the morning before hitting the road for the most beautiful protected area in Uganda: Murchison Falls National Park. This park is located about 300 kilometres north of Kampala, passing through the famous Luwero triangle and have a stopover at Ziwa Rhino sanctuary and then have lunch at Kabalega dinners. We later proceed on entering the park through Kichombanyobo gate and visit the magnificent falls where you will enjoy and marvel at the mighty Nile, being forced into a seven meter crevice to thunder 45 meters below in a series of cascades that can be viewed at different points. Dinner and overnight at Fort Murchision or Murchision River Lodge, Paraa Safari Lodge.
Day 2: Game drive – Boat cruise
After an early morning breakfast, we drive down to the ferry and cross the Nile to the northern sector of the park and start our game drive towards the Delta area, in search for wildlife that includes; the Rothschild Giraffe, elephant, Jackson’s Hartbeast, Lions, Warthogs, Kobs, Jackals, Oribis, Waterbucks, Patus monkeys and Leopards among others. Here also a variety of Savannah woodland birds can be seen. We go back to the lodge, relax around, have lunch and later in the afternoon, at 02:00pm go for the boat cruise on the Nile, for game viewing at close quarters as they come to cool off on the shores of the mighty Nile. Here you get a chance of seeing many schools of Hippos, Crocodiles, Buffaloes, Elephants and a variety of water birds. We come back to the lodge after about 3 hours, for dinner and overnight at Fort Murchison.
For upgrade you can stay at Paraa Safari Lodge.
Day 3: Chimpanzee trekking ( Budongo forest) – Kampala
We depart lodge, cross the Nile by the ferry and head towards the south to Budongo Forest for Chimp trekking which takes about 3hrs. Then to Masindi where we have our Lunch. Drive back to Kampala and Check in at your accommodation or drive straight to the Airport, for your flight home.
That will be the end of our safari, thank you for supporting Terrain Safaris.